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to bring his healthcare law back to life asking several members of his administration including health and human secretary kathleen sebelius for help. >> gregg: we are tracking several new developments in the boston marathon investigation. what key piece of intel russia withheld from the united states and boston police say the tsarnaev brothers may have killed before. >> heather: and britain's prince harry taking america by storm. we've got the latest on the young visit with wounded service members in colorado next. >> i'm in afghanistan. i would like to wish my mother a very helps a mother's day. i miss you and love you and see you soon. look what mommy is having. mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. i did? when visa signature asked everybody what upgraded experiences really mattered... you suggested luxury car service instd of "strength training with patrick willis." come on todd! flap them chicken wings. [ grunts ] well, i travel a l
% of the budget. 38% were from defense, 4% from the healthcare and other entitlement programs, and it basically, within the budget of the faa, we are making it possible for all of us to fly with fewer delays and not invest in improving infrastructure of regional airports. that is basically the constant choice we keep making if we just ick the can down the road. we're choosing the present over the future. that is what i think. so i agree. i think if we could get this agreement made it would lift a huge burden and would increase confidence. and they could actually go out and debate something that is worth debating. but if you try to do, which i support, tax reform and the whole thing, and have to relitigate the whole debate about whether there will be any more revenues, i do not see how you will ever get an agreement and we will just keep spinning our wheels. >> if we continue to spin the wheels we remain stifled. that brings us to innovation. mr. gates, when you see what is happening, you are not in the dc sausage making business but are certainly in technology. when it boils down to what we can
. and their last pay raise was in 2009. workers are asking for wage increases. along with pension healthcare coverage. centerplate is the concession company subcontracted by the giants. it made an offer of a 25-cent an hour wage increase for two years, and a 500-dollar signing bonus. >>" fair with us." centerplate and "unite here local 2" have met at the bargaining table five times this year. scheduled for next week. the company says giants fans can expect uninterrupted service. if there is a strike, the concession stands will be staffed by management and non profit volunteers. the first ever bottle rock music festival is in its last day in napa. fans. in the sights and sounds. thousands showed up in the warm spring weather to see their favorite bands play on the fields of the napa county fairgrounds. several stages were set up to satisfy the hunger of the rock and roll fans on saturday. janes addiction was a big hit and the crowd went wild as the band played favorites from their long list of top selling songs. while music was the main attraction, food and wine were just as important to the
the world. various businesses are offering free he services, healthcare. food and beauty services. >>> a home next door to the one where the three women were hill is boarded up. they finished securing it up. they have not said why it is a place of interest. they are still keeping around the clock patrols. that started after people said they he were going to burn down ariel castro's home. >>> sylvia brown is defending a statement she made about victim amanda berry. on the episode of monday tell williams, she told her, her daughter was dead. she died two years later. brown said in 50 years of work she is more right than wrong and she is glad her prediction turned out to be false. >>> rain is delaying this in bangladesh. they are using cranes and other heavy machinery. and so far, they have recovered more than 1100 bodies from the eight story building. rescuers got a small boost on friday. they found a young woman alive. 17 days after the collapse. >> doctors say her condition is improving. >> 27 minors are killed within an explosion at a coalmine in china. >> eight miners were worki
their healthcare coverage. gina antonini represents centerplate. and says the company is dissappointed by the vote. "unite here local 2" is negotiating the contract for 800 concession workerst a-the union says concessions 10-dollars and 45-cents an hour for the first 50 games. and, non-tipped employees earn between 13-dollars and 52-cents and. 19-dollars and 44-cents centerplate and "unite here local 2" have met at the bargaining table five times this year. the sixth meeting is scheduled for next week. but protestors turned out for the u.c. berkeley graduation ceremony today. the protest was in response to commencement speaker attorney general eric holder. besides calling for the resignation of law school professor john yoo, the protesters from, the world can't wait, contend the obama administration and the justice department could close guantanomo prison but is dragging the process out. he says th cgress n't let him close down guantanomo. that's not true the president has the authority under the national yesterday. he could do it, he doesn't want to do it. eric holder is here and also a war crimi
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